Results and Achievements
At Concordia, we want all our students to be successful in their learning where success is measured by continual improvement and achieving personal goals.
We celebrate with students who receive outstanding academic results when measured against external standards and with those who strive to improve their learning to the best of their ability in a range of subjects and disciplines.
We want every student to know that every forward step in learning, no matter how big or small, opens up new possibilities of learning for life.
Academic Achievements of the Class of 2016
Concordia College congratulates the Class of 2016 on outstanding results in both the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme and the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE).
- Average ATAR score for the 2016 cohort of 78 and median score of 82.
- 25.5% of Concordia students who are eligible for an ATAR gained an ATAR of 90 or greater, placing them in the top 10% of students nationally, with 52.4% achieving scores above 80.
- Three students achieved scores of 99 and above including an international student who gained the second highest ATAR in the school.
- Merit Certificates are awarded to students who achieve a perfect score in a particular subject. A total of 25 Merit Certificates were shared between 17 students.
- Average ATAR score for the 2016 SACE cohort of 76 and median score of 79.
- 18.8% of Concordia SACE students gained an ATAR of 90 or above.
- Top SACE student achieved an ATAR of 99 as well as subject Merits for Performance Special Study and Legal Studies.
- A total of 11 SACE Merits were shared between 10 students.
- Average ATAR score for the 2016 IBDP cohort of 95.15 and median score of 95.15.
- Three students, including one international student, were awarded IB Diploma Distinctions for achieving an overall Diploma score of 40 or more (maximum score 45).
- Top IB student achieved an ATAR of 99.95 - the highest possible score - and four subject Merits.
- A total of 14 IBDP Merits were shared among seven students.